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Hours in the classroom and hours in the field, Some purists will grumble that this isn't a real rock and roll oldie, coming as it did in the beginning of the second Nixon administration. Days of fresh air, in the rain and the sun, It is also the school song of Wycombe High School for girls and was also sung at the end of term in the 1980s at Wycombe Abbey School, in whose songbook it figured. Also sung at St. Timothy's School in Stevenson, Maryland as part of a tradition dating back to 1882 (though it is sung faster and with some major alterations in the lyrics). A variation of the song was also sung at Christchurch Boys High School at least during the later 1940s and early 1950s. In Canada, the girls at Havergal College in Toronto also sing this. The ringing I the bell is the final act of the Matric group before the final exams.

Lenga Juu! Follow up etc. What we were like in our work and our play: in each chorus is sung unaccompanied by the School XII, which is made up of the best singers in the top year. It is one of many rock songs to use the schoolgirl as an idealized picture of early womanhood. But its lyrics are in Chinese, rather than English which Queen's College uses. The number of popular songs dealing with school as a subject has continued to increase with the development of youth subculture starting in the 1950s and 1960s.

Glimpses of notes like the catch of a song – Strained the weak heart and the wavering knee, How we rejoiced as we struggled and panted –

Posho, Githeri, the Founders' Day dinner,

In games and athletics we struggled and panted, Service to render and glory to covet, Then, it may be, there will often come o’er you, What you were like in your work and your play, Parted are those who are singing today, ​Check out these songs about the end of school — they never go out of style.

Follow up! In Hong Kong, the melody is used by Queen's College as its school song, with its lyrics written by Headmaster Mr. William Kay (1920). It is the main school song of Harrow School, and is sung there at the end of any "Songs" - occasions when old boys of the school return to hear the schools songs being sung by current pupils, or an occasion within houses for singing the same songs at the end of each term - followed by "Auld Lang Syne" and the British National Anthem ("God Save The Queen"). Scouting, exploring, those long expeditions, To Starehe where we became men,

Wynnum State high and Rockhampton Girl's Grammar School (School Song). Lenga Juu! Certainly the rarest of the items on this list, this classic 45 isn't available on CD anywhere. Never the battle raged hottest, but in it. But who cares...this may be the world's greatest sock hop record, one that sounds more like a backwoods barrelhouse. etc.

Bases attempted, and rescued, and won, Lenga Juu!

Adapted from the Harrow School version, written in 1872: Forty years on, when afar and asunder, We who were born in the calm after thunder Besides, as Gary proves, half the fun of school was dreaming about what you'd do when you got out.

Led us to Victory, serve Britain still.

What will it help us that once we were strong?

For each generation Follow up! In South Africa: at Pretoria Boys High School, Pretoria, it is sung at all School Valedictions and assemblies at which Old Boys are present, with certain minor adaptions. Long may you fight, Sir, who fearless and eager

Bonds' wonderfully strange, multitracked records, drowning in echo and catcalls, were some of the greatest party records of all time. Twenty, and thirty, and forty years on! It is also sung at Westville Boys High School, Durban, when the matrics have their speech night and ring the Swain bell symbolizing their departure from the school and continues ties to its family.

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Visions of boyhood shall float them before you, In the Australian state of Victoria the song is sung regularly at prestigious independent schools Wesley College, Melbourne, Haileybury, Melbourne, Carey Baptist Grammar School, Camberwell Grammar School and Scotch College, Melbourne, being the official Old Boy anthem and at Melbourne High School's Speech Night (Graduation Night). Games to play out, whether earnest or fun;

Not to be confused with the Peanuts character, this delinquent refused to take to authority in any degree, making him a hero or a menace depending on which side of the equation you were on. Routs and discomfitures, rushes and rallies, You led our fathers to fight for the nation,

Lenga Juu! Songs about school have probably been composed and sung by students for as long as there have been schools. The national version's hard to find, and the local ones are even more obscure. In the United States: sung at the Cranbrook Kingswood School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan (excluding the Winston Churchill verse) at the commencement ceremony. Assembly, Chapel, the House where we grew, You kindled courage to stand and to stay; Have you heard the one for your area? Then, you will say, not a feverish minute

When you look back, and forgetfully wonder This being '72, it was a rather more sinister celebration, however, Cooper declares that the school's been destroyed and no one's coming back.

22 good men is substituted by 30 good men. Learning to strive hard and never to yield,

Lenga Juu! This song went largely unnoticed at the time of release, like a lot of The Royales' 45s.

Is it any wonder the parents complained? It is also the school song of Frensham School in NSW, an all-girls boarding school, where it is traditionally sung on the school's birthday and at Old Girl's reunions. You, who in days of defeat ever bolder,

In the King's School, Canterbury, the song was sung in the 1920s.

Brotherhood strong and our teachers devoted, I created this “Last Day of Grade…” cut file that you can use to make shirts or signs for the last day of school. It was originally written for Harrow School, but has also been adopted by many other schools including Wellington College, Wellington, Otahuhu College, Auckland, Netherthorpe School, Tormead School, Spalding Grammar School, Pretoria Boys High School, Nelson College, Napier Boys' High School, Woodford … A shortened and slightly altered version of this song is used near the beginning of the 2010 film adaptation of Never Let Me Go. In Kenya it is sung on Founders' Day at Starehe Boys' Centre and School. Like oldies and want to celebrate the end of a school year or reminisce about your school days?

Sometimes listed as "School Days," this little slice of teenage life helped solidify Chuck's status for the ages as one of the great American songwriters.